Ayn Jalut, Battle of
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Ayn Jālūt, Battle ofʿ — ▪ Syrian history ʿAyn Jālūt also spelled Ain Jalut (Sept. 3, 1260), decisive victory of the Mamlūks of Egypt over the invading Mongols, which saved Egypt and Islām and halted the westward expansion of the Mongol empire. Baghdad, the … Universalium
Battle of Ain Jalut — Infobox Military Conflict caption= conflict=Battle of Ain Jalut partof=the Mongol raids in Palestine date=3 September 1260 place=Ain Jalut, Palestine result= Decisive Egyptian Mamluk victory combatant1=Egyptian Mamluks combatant2=Mongols… … Wikipedia
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Schlacht von Ain Djalut — Schlacht von Ain Dschalut Teil von: Mongolensturm Datum 3. September 1260 Ort bei ʿAin Djalut, Palästina … Deutsch Wikipedia
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